FASHION IN THE 13th CENTURY
As the men and women were dressed in the 13th century.
In the middle ages, women did not use underwear as we understand it today in day. Under the dress, a skirt of linen that came up to the ankles, in the case of women, and to the knee in men was used. Normally it hinted it was on the sleeves or neckline, and was absolutely essential.During the 13th century, it was not decorated, but over time it evolved to complex shirts of the Renaissance or the Baroque.Flax was used mainly in this garment, because it was more comfortable to carry than wool, and more easy washing.Costumes are normally vestían on this shirt. Normal was to take over a second dress or a blanket. Only the women of modest condition, some damsels and the courtesans, were presented in public with single dreses